AAS 199th meeting, Washington, DC, January 2002
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Session 91. Stellar Populations and Galactic Structure

Display, Wednesday, January 9, 2002, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall

91.01 FAME Astrometry of Faint Objects and the Kinematics of the Galaxy
S. Salim, A. Gould (Ohio State University), R. Olling (USNO)
91.02 First Results on Photometric and Spectroscopic Followup of Space Interferometry Mission Grid Giant Star Candidates
J. Arenas (CTIO), D. Geisler, W. Gieren (Universidad de Concepcion), V. Smith (UTEP), S. Majewski (University of Virginia), N. Suntzeff (CTIO)
91.03 The Nearby Stars (NStars) Program at Appalachian State University, Vatican Observatory, and David Dunlap Observatory
R.O. Gray (Appalachian State U.), C.J. Corbally (Vatican Obs), R.F. Garrison (David Dunlap Obs.), M.T. McFadden, P.E. Robinson (Appalachian State U.), A.A. O'Donoghue (St. Lawrence U.)
91.04 Inferring Milky Way Structure from 2MASS-selected Carbon Stars
M.F. Skrutskie (University of Virginia), T.J. Reber, N.W. Murphy (Amherst College), M.D. Weinberg (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
91.05 The Milky Way: A Significant Asymmetric Distribution of Faint Halo/Thick Disk Stars
J.E. Parker, R.M. Humphreys (University of Minnesota), J.A. Larsen (University of Arizona, Lunar Planetary Laboratory)
91.06 Halo streams and Milky Way Components from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
H. J. Newberg (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), B. Yanny (Fermilab), Sloan Digital Sky Survey Collaboration
91.07 Magellanic Stream probes density of the Galactic Halo
M. Krco (Colgate University), S. Stanimirovic (Arecibo Obs.), J. Dickey (Minnesota University)
91.08 The HK-II Survey: A New Search for Cooler, Extremely Metal-Deficient Stars in the Milky Way Galaxy
J. Rhee (U. of Virginia & Michigan State U.), T.C. Beers (Michigan State U.), M.J. Irwin (Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge, UK)
91.09 Abundances in Very Metal-Poor Stars
J. A. Johnson, A. McWilliam (OCIW), M. Bolte (UCO/Lick)
91.10 The Rise of the S-process
J. A. Simmerer, C. Sneden (University of Texas Austin), V. M. Woolf (Armagh Observatory, Northern Ireland), D.L. Lambert (University of Texas Austin)
91.11 Stellar Abundances as a Surrogate for the Interstellar Composition
U.J. Sofia (Whitman Coll.), D.M. Meyer (Northwestern U.)
91.12 A Keck/AO deep luminosity function of the Galactic Bulge in Baade's Window obtained using the NIRC2 camera
M. Barczys, R.M. Rich, J. Larkin (UCLA), K. Matthews, K. Matthews, W.E. Althouse (Caltech), R.D. Campbell, A. Conrad (CARA), E. Egami (Caltech), A. Conrad, R.W. Goodrich (CARA), A. Honey, S. Lin (Caltech), I.S. McLean (UCLA), D. LeMignant, G. Neugebauer, M. Sawicki, B.T. Soifer, M. Spencer, D.M. Thompson (Caltech), P. Wizinowich (CARA)
91.13 Proper Motion Dispersions in Two Bulge Fields using HST/WFPC2
K. Kuijken (University of Groningen), R.M. Rich (UCLA)
91.14 Using the Milky Way to Test a New Alternative to Newtonian Gravity
D. F. Bartlett (University of Colorado at Boulder)
91.15 The Care and Feeding of the Perseus Spiral Arm
C. M. Brunt (DRAO, U. Calgary), C. R. Kerton, R. Kothes (DRAO), S. J. Gibson (U. Calgary)
91.16 An Expanding Complex of Molecular Clouds High Above the Perseus Spiral Arm
E. A. Leass (University of Texas at Austin and Harvard--Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), B. Biller, T. M. Dame, S. T. Megeath (Harvard--Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
91.17 Holes in the Sky: HII Regions in Absorption at 74 MHz for Galactic Cosmic-Ray Tomography
M.E. Nord (NRL / UNM), N.E. Kassim, T.J.W. Lazio (NRL)
91.18 Birth and Death in the Milky Way: X-ray and Radio Surveys of the Galactic Plane
D.J. Helfand, E.S. Laird, A.M. Brooks (Columbia University), R.H. Becker (UC Davis), R.L. White (STScI), R.S. Warwick, M.G. Watson (Leicester)
91.19 Low Frequency Observations of the Galactic Field Centered on G29.7-0.3
C.K. Lacey (South Carolina), C.L. Brogan (NRAO), N. Kassim, T.J.W. Lazio, M. Nord (NRL)

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